Hospitality Team Member Apprenticeship Level 2
This programme allows students to work in the hospitality sector. Hospitality team members carry out a range of general and specialist roles within hospitality businesses, including bars, cafes, conference centres, restaurants and hotels.
Benefits / Skills
Career ProgressionBarista As a barista you will welcome customers and determine their coffee interests and needs. In addition, you will educate customers by presenting and explaining the coffee drink menu. You will also prepare and sell coffees by following prescribed recipes. Bartender As a bartender you will prepare alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverage including cocktails and mocktails. In addition, you will interact with customers by taking orders and making recommendations from the menu. Progression opportunities Below are some Leeds City College apprenticeships you could potentially progress on to once you have completed this programme:
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The revenue of the hospitality industry worldwide is estimated to be £684 billion.
94.7% of apprentices found our that our college induction was useful and provided them with the knowledge required for their course.
The average salary for a Hospitality Manager is £25,413.
What are apprenticeships?
Apprenticeships are work-based training programmes designed around employer needs that combine a qualification and employment. This means that you’ll have the opportunity to develop your skills to match requirements through a mixture of on and off the job learning. Many employers now prioritise practical work experience when recruiting staff. By studying an apprenticeship, you get the best of both worlds, you can achieve a recognised qualification while gaining that all-important practical experience. Even better, you’ll earn a wage while working and studying, what’s not to like?
How long do apprenticeships last?
This will depend on the apprenticeship you want to complete. All of our apprenticeship course pages make it clear what the duration of the programme is, so please check these carefully.